St. Thomas Travel Guide

If you are looking to escape to paradise, you’ll definitely want to book a trip to St. Thomas. Here you’ll find crystal clear turquoise water and long stretches of beaches that you’ll never want to leave.

St. Thomas Travel Guide


Marriott Frenchman’s Reef and Morning Star Beach Resort – this resort is well designed with an amazing infinity pool that overlooks the ocean and many restaurants that allow you to look at the beach while you dine.

The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas – with grand architectural details and luxurious extra features such as several outdoor fire pits and outdoor dining options this hotel is everything you would expect from a Ritz hotel.

See + Do

Magens Bay Beach – this is the top place you need to visit while in St. Thomas, go swim and enjoy a day in the sun

Charlotte Amalie – the small town has enough shopping options if you are looking for jewelry or souvenirs

Mountain Top – famous for having the ‘world’s famous banana daiquiris’, expect to pay twice as much here compared to the other smaller bars. Past the bar and souvenir store the reason to come is for the tremendous view of St. Thomas with Magens Bay Beach below.

St. Peter’s Greathouse – I went here for lunch and was able to try an assortment of traditional local dishes. There are several raised lookouts that offer nice views around St. Thomas, and a small garden you can walk around.

The stunning bay with aqua water

Charlotte Amalie to the right along with various sailboats

Exploring the grounds around St. Peter’s Greathouse

For lunch at the Greathouse, I tried a variety of local dishes including salt fish, beef patty, pumpkin soup, Jonny cakes, rum cakes, and coconut turnovers.

Typically I hate banana drinks, but I actually really enjoyed all the banana daiquiris I had in St. Thomas. I spent a bit of time talking to the bartender to learn how to make some of the most popular drinks, here you can see her making the famous banana daiquiris.

Over 7 million banana daiquiris sold from Mountain top!

Here is the main reason I came to Mountain Top, check out this amazing view.

This was the second US Virgin island I’ve had the pleasure to visit and it certainly was a fun mini getaway for a short stay.